Île de la Tortue

Île de la Tortue


Marie Terrien, Haiti (HT)
Tortuga or Isla Tortuga, officially Île de la Tortue, is a Caribbean island off the northwest coast of Haiti, constituting the commune of Île de la Tortue, Port-de-Paix arrondissement of the Nord-Ouest Department of Haiti. Its population was 22,080 in 1982.

Its name in both Spanish and French means "Turtle Island" or "Tortoise Island", and it is sometimes called that in English. In the 17th century, it was a major center of piracy.
Tortuga or Isla Tortuga, officially Île de la Tortue, is a Caribbean island off the northwest coast of Haiti, constituting the commune of Île de la Tortue, Port-de-Paix arrondissement of the Nord-Ouest Department of Haiti. Its population was 22,080 in 1982.

Its name in both Spanish and French means "Turtle Island" or "Tortoise Island", and it is sometimes called that in English. In the 17th century, it was a major center of piracy.
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